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Liverpool Attractions

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ALBERT DOCK 4.0 stars
Building - #1 of 16
Liverpool has really been transformed in recent years - from a rough, northern city that no-one really wants to visit to a trendy, vibrant city. It is, after all, the capital of culture 2008 and the regeneration is ongoing. The docks have been ... [more ]
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #2 of 16
The Tate Museum in Liverpool was built at the initiative of the Merseyside Development Corporation and its one of the largest art museums in England. I visited the museum and I think that all the art lovers in the world will have a great time ... [more ]
Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #3 of 16
The full name is The Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, and it’s the only Roman Catholic Cathedral in Liverpool. It is located on Hope Street, a name which is not without meaning; on the other side of the street is the Anglican ... [more ]
Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King 5.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #4 of 16
The official name is Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool, and it’s located in the center of the city, on St. James’s Mount. I loved to visit this Cathedral because it is one of the few Anglican Cathedrals in the country and it has a unique ... [more ]
Everyman Theatre 5.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #5 of 16
Liverpool is blessed with a reputation for great entertainers in music, humour and drama. I was lucky enough to be living in the city during the really exciting days of The Beatles, the Liverpool poets and I spent a lot of my younger days at one ... [more ]
The Leo Casino 5.0 stars
Casino - #6 of 16
The Leo Casino is a great night out. It is situated on the Queen's Dock right next to the Albert Dock, It is Liverpools newest casino with two cocktail bars, twenty one gaming tables and live entertainment (on weekends). There is an a la ... [more ]
Allerton 4.0 stars
Quarter - #7 of 16
Allerton is a funky, young professional area in the south eastern part of Liverpool. The area includes the infamous Penny Lane (made famous by the Beatles song 'Penny Lane') although there isn't actually much to do on Penny Lane itself. Allerton ... [more ]
Aigburth 4.0 stars
Quarter - #8 of 16
Aigburth is a quiet, suburban area situated in the souht east area of Liverpool, which encompasses trendy student area of Lark Lane and also the more suburban area of Sefton Park and Aigburth Vale. It's about two to three miles outside of the ... [more ]
Sefton Park 4.0 stars
Park - #9 of 16
Sefton Park is a lovely, big park situated about three miles just outside of central Liverpool. I can't say exactly what area it is in but it can be described as being in both Aigburth, Allerton and Mossley Hill. It's a huge park with a river ... [more ]
The Williamson Tunnels 4.0 stars
Other Urban Landmark - #10 of 16
When I visited the tunnels I thought there was nothing interesting about them, but, after the guide told me about there story, I began to be very fascinated about the mystery surrounding them. No one knows why they were built and what their ... [more ]
Lark Lane 4.0 stars
Quarter - #11 of 16
Lark Lane is one of the most sought after areas in Liverpool to live and is currently where I'm looking for a place to live- although there doesn't seem to be much available as it's so popular. IT's about two and a half miles and about ten ... [more ]
The Palm House 4.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #12 of 16
Outside of London Liverpool has some of the finest architecture in the country and in many cases actually copied features from the capital. Nearby, and across the Mersey, is Hamilton Square which is modelled on a similar feature in New York. It ... [more ]
Merseyside Museums 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #13 of 16
For visitors to Liverpool, the cultural excursions often mean a trip to see the Beatles museum and not much more. In fact Liverpool has some of the best museums outside London. Quite near to the Lime Street station is one area which over decades ... [more ]
Smithdown Road 3.0 stars
Quarter - #14 of 16
Smithdown Road is one of the main roads in central Liverpool and the place where most students live on or around. The top end of Smithdown Road (nearest the city centre) is not a particularly nice area. It is very rough and encompasses areas like ... [more ]
Kensington 2.0 stars
Quarter - #15 of 16
During my search for somewhere to live in Liverpool, I found a lot of houses in the Kensington area at very reasonable prices. My first view of Kensington was from a bus, on the way to another house viewing and I was a bit shocked by what I saw. ... [more ]
Toxteth 2.0 stars
Quarter - #16 of 16
Toxteth is one of the best known areas in Liverpool and it is a great location to live in if you want to be within walking distance to the universities and the town centre. Unfortunately some parts of Toxteth are really rough. I've lived in some ... [more ]
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